Monday, November 01, 2004

This is it...

Tomorrow, by this time or a little later, I predict we will know who has won the Presidential election. I still believe that it's not going to be close, at least not as close as the "experts" predict. I still am going with Bush winning 41 states. I don't think people like the idea of seeing John Kerry in their living rooms for the next 4 years. Heck, the fact that Osama all but had a Kerry/Edwards sticker plastered to his turban should be enough for any red blooded American to vote Bush. The Kerry people just get boiling mad when you bring up any mention of them being preferred by terrorists and those that sponsor them but facts are facts. This has been a long drawn out election. Things have gotten nasty, mostly by the left. It never ceases to amaze me, Kerry and his surrogates can get away with calling the President a liar, a murderer, an idiot, etc... but if Bush fights back by pointing to Kerry's 20 year abysmal Senate voting record it's called an attack? That just doesn't add up. I've said it before, for so many reasons, John Kerry doesn't deserve to be a Senator let alone the next Commander in Chief. Let's bottom line this. Everyone these days says we should support the troops, of course we should, they are the one's fighting and dying in this war on terror. According to a poll by the Army times, the troops prefer Bush over Kerry 73% to 18%. Our military, those in a position to know how things are really going in this war on terror, want Bush by an almost 4 to 1 margin. That's amazing! So tomorrow as you go to the polls remember what's really at stake...the future of how we address this war on terror. We can either stay the course and keep fighting back, staying on the offensive...or we can withdraw, fighting a defensive war... I don't know about you but I choose to stay on the offensive, never taking our foot off the necks of these bastards....and it appears out troops do too.


At November 1, 2004 at 8:29 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Terrorists aren't supporting Kerry. This new tape is evidence of that. why do you think Osama waited so long to release a new tape. With Bush's lead crumbling he had to get people focused on security where people mistakenly feel more comfortable with Bush. That's why Osama released the tape, to try and sway the election towards Bush.

Since Bush's actions have multiplied al Queda's numbers by about 5 (according to reports released by the United States Army), it's no wonder they are desperate for another Bush term.

It's illegal to poll active duty military. Your numbers ar enot based on polls but rather estimated from talk of approval ratings etc. Active military can be court-martialed for speaking out against the Commander-and-Chief and so the numbers are so damaged as to be worthless. I guarantee you the troops in Iraq who are only being rationed one meal a day are in full support of Kerry.

At November 1, 2004 at 8:58 PM, Blogger theDuke said...

You obviously didn't read the article from The Army Times did you. In the internals of the poll they ask the question "If the presidential election were held today, for whom would you vote?" It's question 13. Actuve duty personnel 1992 for Bush and 472 for Kerry. For the Guard and Reserve it's 1031 Bush and 252 for Kerry, question 15. It's not illegal to poll active duty military, where did you get that rediculous idea from?

As for Osama, if he wants Bush to win then why would he threaten violence in specific US States if they voted for Bush. Typical from the left, they don't have their facts straight.

At November 2, 2004 at 3:55 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Amen! I agree, Bin Laden might as well have had a flashing neon sign that said 'Vote Kerry or else.' There's no doubt both sides are very passionate about their candidate, but what we have to be careful of is to keep the debates on topic and not let them degenerate into personal attacks on the man. One or the other is going to be the president and will need the nation to rally behind him, as difficult as that will be for either side.

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